Nueva Orleans, Luisiana

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clock-o3 horas 30 minutos (aprox.)
ticket-oEntrada para dispositivos móviles

Descripción general

Sea testigo de la devastación y recuperación del huracán Katrina en un tour guiada que le lleva a través de los barrios más afectados de Nueva Orleans, como Ninth Ward, Lakeview, Gentilly y St Bernard. Observe las marcas de alta crecidas y diques que han fallado mientras escucha relatos de primera mano de la tormenta de su guía experto. Comtemple el hogar dañado por la tormenta del músico Fat Domino, el Memorial del Huracán Katrina y proyectos de reconstrucción respaldados por personajes famosos. Descubra todo lo que causó la destrucción, así como la historia de Nueva Orleans de la mano de su experto guía local en este completo tour turístico.


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, mar 2018

Our guide was very knowledgeable, having been a reporter that covered Katrina. Guide was personable, answered questions, and painted vivid images as we went through the tour. The tour was excellent, worth the money, and I highly recommend it. Darren the bus driver was great as well!!

, mar 2018

What an eye opener this tour was! Mr. Bill was the perfect guide a former newsman who actually worked on TV during this whole catastrophe. He gave us insights, feelings, behind-the-scenes tidbits that we found fascinating. I would do this tour again it was so good and I can't imagine a more informed, compassionate guide than Mr. Bill!

, oct 2017

Awesome tour, our tour guide was very knowledgeable of New Orleans and it's history. Highly recommend it.

, oct 2017

a good informative trip

, oct 2017

Bill was an excellent tour guide - very informative and interesting so he made the trip. I'd definitely recommend this tour.

, jun 2017

My husband and I traveled from Californian to visit New Orleans and I was very excited to learn more about Katrina and see some of the places affected. I was VERY DISPLEASED BY THIS WHOLE EXPERIENCE! Our tour guide was Liz Reed. Upon entering the bus it was very cold, we had to ask three times before the air was turned off. We had one of the smaller buses so every seat was full, some of the plus size passengers had to sit facing the isle because the seats was not large enough, being that this was a 3 or 4 cant remember hours tour it was very uncomfortable. Liz our tour guide began the tour by telling us we were not able to speak unless it was in a whisper, which she repeated several times during the tour. Didnt know I was on a school bus The back of the bus we were predominantly African American whenever one of us would speak we were told to be quiet. When we got off the bus at the park at 2:32pm we were told If your not back at the bus at 3:00pm walk to the street and take the street car or uber because were not waiting for anyone! At this point I was confused why she felt the need to be so rude. Ive herd so much about southern hospitality and had such great experiences with other people Ive met while visiting New Orleans I asked Liz was she from New Orleans and she sated NO, Im from upstate New York :/. During the tour we received a lot of information but the bus was moving so fast we were not able to get photos of things. We were told about things while we passed them for example we passed William Frantz Elementary School now Akili Academy, in New Orleans upper 9th Ward which was one of the first all-white elementary schools in the Deep South to be integrated when Ruby Bridges became the first African-American student to attend the school in 1960 she didnt let us know what it was until we passed so I didnt get a good photo. Towards the end of the tour two people in the back were speaking to each other and Liz stated I hear you guys back there, even though I dont want too! At this point I had enough and told her she has been being rude this whole tour, she was speaking over a loud speaker so there was no way we or other passengers would be able to hear her over the speaker. She didnt respond. I also noted when other people that wasnt African American spoke she did not tell them to be quiet. Overall not a good experience and I did not enjoy the tour. I was treated like a child and the whole tour felt rushes besides seeing the levies and the memorial site everything else was a blur because we passed it so quickly.

, may 2017

Great tour. Tour guide was a college student during the Hurricane. He left city to finish his degree and returned after completion. He had a unique perspective on the events, evacuation of the city, rebuilding efforts, etc. very informative tour. Absolutely recommend.

, feb 2017

Exceeded my expectations. I would recommend to everyone I know.
I learned the reality of the destruction caused by Katrina and the amazing rebuild.

, ene 2017

This tour is a must for anyone wanting to understand the effect of Hurricane Katrina on the City of New Orleans and also to understand how the Army Corp of Engineers blundered in their estimate of the levee's. Our guide was Daniel and he lived through it and was most passionate about Katrina and his City. The stop at the Katrina Memorial is sad but a wonderful way to remember the ones that lost their lives and for 3 years could not be identified.

, dic 2016

The tour was very informative, however we were very disappointed that we did not get to go to the locations mentioned in the tour description. We did not see the Make It Right homes and Musicians Village, only a quick mention that they were somewhere close by. Also once in the Ninth Ward we did not see, or even get a mention of the home of legendary musician Fats Domino. Other that that, Miss Mary was very delightful and fun. I would recommend this tour, but make sure that you update your description to not lead us to believe we will see things and then not get to. :-

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